Heidi Klum seems like she had a busy weekend! She was seen grabbing coffee with her kids before heading to daughter Leni’s soccer game. They finished the day by spending some time at the beach. For her errands, Heidi wore a pair of Hudson Nico Mid-Rise Super Skinny jeans in Charcoal Camo with a graphic tee shirt and sweatshirt.
It’s been quite some time since we’ve seen Heidi in Hudson, but I am glad to see her out in this pair. I think camo is a difficult trend to pull off, but I like that this pair is a mix of black and gray, rather than the traditional greens. You can buy these jeans online from Hudson for $187.00.
Heidi Klum was spotted out to lunch with her family in Brentwood after their soccer game. The new America’s Got Talent judge wore a pair of Anine Bing Double Zipper Skinny Jeans in Charcoal with a long tunic and Chloe boots.
Heidi and I are on the same wavelength with this look. I just styled something that is very similar for an upcoming post that will go up soon. A long tunic with skinny jeans and ankle boots has to be one of my favorite looks at the moment. You can click here to purchase these jeans from the Anine Bing website for $179.
Heidi Klum was spotted with her family at her son’s soccer game in Los Angeles, California. The Supermodel wore a pair of the J Brand Leather Leggings in Noir with some slippers, an oversized shirt and cardigan.
Heidi seems to be quite the fan of these leather leggings recently. I would like to see her wear the suede leggings by J Brand sometime soon. I always thought those had a more casual feel with the same sleek fit of these. Would you like to see her in them? You can click here to purchase these pants from the J Brand website for $895.
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What I prefer about this pair compared to their previous black pair is that they don’t have a bronze sheen to them. They also have a smoother texture that I find more appealing. Which one do you prefer, these or their previous black pair? You can click here to purchase them from the J Brand website for $895.
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